5 Ways To Partner With Your Student in Discovery

As educators, we are always looking for ways we can partner with our students in their education. We want to equip them to be independent learners and thinkers, and our partnership is in pursuit of that! Here at Mr. D Live, we’ve found that there are five key steps educators can take to get our […]


If you have read my previous blog posts, you would know that I don’t believe in the concept of “catching up.” Of course, we have our educational goalposts, but ultimately the beauty of homeschooling is that every student can set their own unique pace. Click here to discover more ways you can work with your […]


The Road To True Discovery In life, there are things that we just know. For example, I just know how to jump rope. I didn’t always know, but now I do. I simply know how to play the trumpet, and I simply know my times tables. As educators, we strive for our students to reach […]

Fostering Self-Directed Students

I have a vision for the world: A world where young people live rich and fulfilling lives, full of opportunity and families are empowered to support them as they build their own futures! As things get increasingly unstable around the planet, global leaders are needed, now more than ever! That is why I have created […]

How To Teach Math

Whether you are teaching math at home to your student or coming alongside their work with a curriculum, you have a critical role in supporting your young person’s understanding of math concepts. Some people are really great at math. Some people are really great teachers. And then… Some people can do both! Teaching math is […]

How To Prepare (and Succeed!) in Online Courses This School Year

The end of summertime is almost synonymous with “back to school!” for most families. However, this year COVID-19 has posed new challenges for many, making this year’s “back to school” unique in a variety of ways. Some parents and students may be experiencing more anxiety than usual as they gear up for lots of new […]

6 Tips For Starting The School Year As First-time Homeschoolers

Starting out as a new homeschool family can be scary! Maybe you’re feeling pressure to have your homeschool environment mimic that of a public school (our advice: toss that idea out the window!) or you’re questioning your own abilities to give your child a well-rounded education. I’m here to reassure you that making the choice to homeschool is already a victory in itself; it is the first step on a path to freedom, nurture, and countless opportunities for growth. I’ve walked through this journey with many new-to-homeschooling families in the past and am here to encourage, support, and help guide you along your way.